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category: Children's Fiction
published: Nov 2009
publisher: Theytus Books

How the Fox Saved the People

by Virginia Football, illustrated by James Wedzin


Hunger strikes the people, and Raven is mysteriously happy. Fox decides to find out why. Follow Fox as he uses his cunning skills to solve the mystery.Includes an audio and interactive multimedia CD that you can play on a CD player, PC or Mac. An orthography chart is included.In Dogrib and English.

About the Authors

Virginia Football

In 1968 many Dogrib stories were collected by Virginia Football of her people. How the Fox Got Crossed Legs and How Fox Saved the People were both told in Dogrib by her father Sam Football. Virginia then translated them to English. Virginia currently lives in Edmonton, Alberta.

James Wedzin is a Tlicho artist from Behchokö, Northwest Territories. He started making art at age four and soon developed his own style. At age fourteen, James started selling his creations and became a full-time artist. Today, his work can be found in many galleries and private collections. He is well known in Canada for his depictions of northern landscapes, animals and the northern lights.

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